Updated: October 29, 2019
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Exquisite French Toast in Daikanyama at Bistro Favori

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Look no further if you want some delectable French toast. Bistro Favori in Daikanyama is the place to go. Their carefully made French toast is beautifully presented, incredibly fluffy, and addictively delicious.

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Bistro Favori

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Bistro Favori is a French-style bistro located in Daikanyama, Tokyo. It is arguably one of the best places to have French toast in Tokyo, with the dish being prepared by a chef that used to work at the prestigious Hotel Okura in Tokyo.
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The food is not the only reason to go; indeed, the super pleasant terrace is also a good reason to visit!
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As for the interior, it is spacious and chic; and it is also possible to reserve private rooms for large groups.

Classiest French toast in Tokyo

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There are several items on the menu, but about 80% of the people order the gorgeous French toast (¥1,600) during lunch hours.

The ingredients used to make the liquid the pieces of bread are soaked in consists of the classics: eggs, sugar, milk, and vanilla. What makes these French toasts thick and incredibly soft is the careful preparation consisting of a 10-hour soaking period of the special house-made bread in the prepared liquid.
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After the soaking period, the pieces of bread are cooked once on a frying pan with butter and oil until they are golden. After that, they are cooked another time in an oven until they are cooked thoroughly.
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The resulting French toast is incredibly soft at its center but the outside is a little crispy, and it tastes like a fluffy sweet omelette.
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It comes with honey so pour some on top of it if you would like it sweeter.

As an aside, you also get some house-made seasonal ice cream and some pieces of fruit.

Lastly...

This has got to be one of the finest French toast you can have in Tokyo. Give it a try, next time you are in Daikanyama.

It is located at a 5-minute walk from Daikanyama station or an 8-minute walk from Nakameguro station.
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